Passaging or subculturing or splitting is the the removal of the culture media and transfer of cells from a previous culture into fresh growth medium, to begin a new culture. This is a procedure that enables the further propagation of the cell line or cell strain.
Pathology is the study of cause and effect of a disease or injury.
PCR (polymerase chain reaction) is the laboratory method that is commonly used to amplify copies of a specific length of DNA in order to investigate the molecular structure of the genetic material.
Peptides are short amino acid changes joined together by peptide bonds.
Phototherapy is a form of therapeutic treatment where natural light or artificial light is used to treat a medical condition.
Physiology is the branch of biology that aims to understand the mechanisms of living things, from cell function at the ionic and molecular level to the integrated behavior of the whole body and its influence to and from the external environment.
PRIMARY CELL CULTURE
Primary cell culture is the culture of cells freshly extracted from a multicellular organism.
Pluripotent cells refers to cells such as a stem cells, that are able to give rise to other cell types.